Style Profile • Hygge & West’s Daydream Wallpaper

Entryway-Hygge-&-West-Daydream-wallpaper-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJNursery-Hygge-&-West-Daydream-wallpaper-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJBathroom-Hygge-&-West-Daydream-wallpaper-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJKitchen-Hygge-&-West-Daydream-wallpaper-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJBathroom-Hygge-&-West-Daydream-wallpaper-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJNursery-Hygge-&-West-Daydream-wallpaper-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJAs I’ve mentioned many times before, I am a huge fan of wallpaper! It’s certainly not cheap – considering the actual cost of the wallpaper itself plus installation. But if you think about how much visual square footage it consumes, wallpaper has a bigger impact than any other object in the room -meaning less is more when it comes to the furnishings. I’ve posted before about my love for Hygge & West wallpaper, and my most favorite of late is the Daydream pattern designed by Julia Rothman .  So whimsical & light hearted, it’s perfectly suitable in so many different types of rooms – from kitchens to nurseries!

Do you have any favorite wallpaper patterns?

2 thoughts on “Style Profile • Hygge & West’s Daydream Wallpaper

  1. i no longer “love” wallpaper. i have lot’s in my home and it is impossible to get off the walls. in one room re-do, we had to remove the sheetrock because even the professionals could not get the paper off.

    at least with paint, you can switch things up, with wall paper, i feel like you have to love it forever.

    but with that said, these rooms are beautiful!!!

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